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Over One Million Submissions to TRAI in 12 Days

* Unprecedented public response in India’s policy making history * Citizens, businesses, startups and political leaders demand #NetNeutrality * Volunteer-led “Save The Internet” Showcases Internet-enabled Model of Public Participation 23 April, Delhi - The SaveTheInternet.in Coalition, a group of over 50 volunteers from across India, concerned about safeguarding an open Internet and net neutrality, today announced that over one million email submissions had been sent to India’s telecom re
23 April, 2015
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Letter to the editor - Mint

Sir, this is with reference to an opinion piece in the Mint: Leave the Internet Alone [http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/N9AQe5atN8TrfIgAe3iSRJ/Leave-the-Internet-alone.html] . The authors appear to be misled regarding the campaign for Net Neutrality in India, although there isn’t a specific reference to Savetheinternet.in [http://www.savetheinternet.in] and the group of volunteers that seeded it. The draft responses we have published on our site request allowing for legitimate network managemen
23 April, 2015
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Campaigns & Projects

The Digital Patrakar Defence Clinic provides pro bono legal assistance to all journalists in India who face legal threats related to their reporting.

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IFF’s Project Panoptic aims to bring transparency and accountability to the relevant government stakeholders involved in the deployment and implementation of facial recognition technology (FRT) projects in India.

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#SaveOurPrivacy is an online collective launched in May, 2018 to safeguard your privacy and ensure a citizen centric data protection law.

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The ‘Zombie Tracker’ is a platform which monitors cases which include a charge under Section 66A of the Information Technology Act 2000 which was deemed unconstitutional by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Shreya Singhal v Union of India.

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